Hundreds of thousands of high school students throughout the world will learn Thursday at 5 p.m. if they were accepted or rejected into the Ivy League.
It looks like the Ivy League is on track to receive an historic number of applications. So far every school that has reported their figures has seen an increase in application numbers with the exception of Dartmouth.
Harvard University, with 39,494 applicants, again received more than its previous year’s 39,040 applicants.
Good luck to all of the aspiring Ivy Leaguers out there.
Here’s how many students applied to each Ivy League school:
- Brown University — 32,699 applicants
- Columbia University — To be determined
- Cornell University — To be determined
- Dartmouth College — 20,021 applicants
- Harvard University — 39,044 applicants
- University of Pennsylvania — 40,394 applicants
- Princeton University — To be determined
- Yale University — 32,891 applicants
We will update this post as the rest of the numbers come in.
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